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Motorola Backflip: Innovation or clouded inspiration?

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by technoholicjakk, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. technoholicjakk

    technoholicjakk Well-Known Member
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    The Motorola Backflip will be the third Android powered handset from Motorola with their last handset, the Droid, being fantastic. The Motorola Backflip is a little bit of a hit and miss product for Motorola, who clearly want to step out of the norm and into innovation city where Apple has had the pent house for the last year
     

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  2. Carl C

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    I definetly agree with the processor, I think all android devices from now on should contain a snapdragon processor and raise that as the standard :)
     
  3. technoholicjakk

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    I completely agree with you that all Android powered phones throughout 2010 should include a Snapdragon processor, as this would set a standard and benchmark for all smart phones like you say.

    But, a lot of consumers that would like to go touch screen are referring to cheaper handsets such as the Tocco Lite just because they have little money i.e. Students. Having a Snapdragon processor raises the price, and so some handsets could make do with a 600MHz (standard) chip for the mass markets :D.

    Apple has failed to do this and are never going to release an iPhone Nano (atleast I don't think) which would be cheaper, so maybe its best if HTC keep some handsets of a 'lower' power.
     

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